Harvard Women's Health Watch

In Brief: Research backs cranberries for preventing urinary tract infections in women

An analysis of studies found that regular consumption of cranberry juice (or other cranberry products) helped reduce the likelihood of urinary tract infections in women who had a history of recurrent UTIs.

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